We describe ourselves as a bible-believing evangelical church. We can provide much more detail about what this means, our core values and the way we are constituted and run. Please ask one of the leaders.
This church exists as a community to worship Jesus and to tell other people why we think a personal relationship with Him is a fulfilling and essential part of human life. If you want to explore why we feel like this you are welcome to talk to one of the leaders. There are also free booklets in the foyer which are available for you to read.
Sue Spilman, Martin Tust and Paul Wintle. The elders are responsible for the spiritual welfare of the church and for teaching.
Front row (left to right): Martin Tust, Sue Spilman.
Back row (left to right): Moira Curry, Andrew Faraday, Sue Tust.
Main Street Community Church is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registered charity number 1162138. The charitable incorporated organisation is managed by a team of trustees: Jeff Wood (Chairperson), Gareth Morgan, Julian Finn and Paul Horton.
You can see the entry for Main Street Community Church on the Charity Commission website.
From 1978 to 2015 the building was owned by the trustees of Frodsham Evangelical Fellowship Trust, registered charity number 1136953. You can read the basis of faith of Frodsham Evangelical Trust.
The building was extended and refurbished in the mid-1990s. The older part was a Victorian tin chapel. More about the building and its history.
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